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    1. editor Post author

      Yes, it’s just that due to the quantities of spam that come through, I have to approve comments to be posted!

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  1. Elvira WInfield

    HI. I am trying to determine how to deal with a disposal of 1 pharmacy site out if a larger group,, The site in question was opened, by obtaining a new licence, without cost in 2005. The other all predate 2002 and were incorporated post 2002 with a Goodwill value of £ 10 m. My current thinking is that the sale proceeds of the new site would be apportioned between Licence and Goodwill, the licence proceeds being taxed as IP under the new IP rules whilst the Goodwill element would fall under the CG rules and the normal CG part-disposal calculations. Any thoughts would be really welcomed.

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